"In Loco Parentis": (In Place of the Parent). The Work of the Juvenile Court in Saving Georgia's Wards from Lives of Poverty and Crime. A Handbook for Juvenile Court Judges, Advisory Boards, Probation Officers and Civic Organizations. 1922

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Index Printing Company, 1922 - Juvenile courts - 119 pages
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Page 99 - In committing any child to any custodial agency or placing it under any guardianship other than that of its natural guardians, the court shall, as far as practicable...
Page 95 - ... the court is authorized to seek the co-operation of all societies or organizations, public or private, having for their object the protection or aid of...
Page 106 - ... officer may arrest him without a warrant or other process and bring him before the court, or the court may issue a warrant directing that he be arrested and brought before it. When such person is brought before the court, the court may revoke the suspension of the execution of his sentence, whereupon his sentence shall be in full force and effect, or the court may continue the suspension.
Page 94 - The court may in its discretion in any case of a delinquent child permit such child to be proceeded against in accordance with the laws that may be in force in this state governing the commission of crimes or violations of city, village, or town ordinance, in such case the petition filed under this act shall be dismissed.
Page 110 - When it appears to the said managers that there is a strong or reasonable probability that any prisoner will live and remain at liberty without violating the law, and that his release is not incompatible with the welfare of society...
Page 111 - ... as the condition of increased privileges, or of release from their control, which system shall be subject to revision from time to time. Each prisoner so sentenced shall be credited...
Page 92 - ... in some suitable family home, in case provision is made by voluntary contribution or otherwise for the payment of the board of such child, until a suitable provision may be made for the child in a home without such payment...
Page 90 - Upon the filing of the petition, a summons shall issue from the court, requiring the person having custody or control of the child, or with whom the child may be, to appear with the child at the place and time stated in the summons, which time shall be not less than twenty-four hours after service.
Page 99 - ... has been taken from its home or the custody of its parents, that conditions have so changed that it Is consistent with the public good and the welfare of said child that the parents again have the custody of said child, the court may make a suitable order in the premises. In...
Page 92 - In the case ; and the records of all cases may be withheld from indiscriminate public inspection In the discretion of the court ; but such records shall be open to Inspection of such child, his parents or guardians, or his attorneys, at all times.

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